ENGRAM 4 is an experimental dance piece for the screen that asks, from the language of the body in relation to multimedia, how to find new portals that direct us towards a shared sense of humanity. Inhabiting a kind of Escherian landscape at the digital crossroads between mirrors, cameras, geometries and bodies, four human beings search for themselves and for others through unlimited space. Is there a way out?
Delfos Contemporary Dance Company was founded in 1992 by Mexican choreographers/dancers Claudia Lavista and Victor Manuel Ruiz with the vision of creating dynamic new works in the spirit of collaboration, as well as developing a professional training program for contemporary dancers. The company is a unique collective of artists whose creative vision is characterized by the fluid physicality and poetic narratives within their diverse repertory. Delfos’ work has been presented throughout México as well as in Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, Canada, the United States, Italy, Spain, France, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Lebanon and Greece. Delfos has received worldwide critical praise, as well as several major international awards for Dance.
Formed in 2020, anatomy zero is a series of interdisciplinary projects in dance and digital artmaking coordinated by movement and media artist Scotty Hardwig together with collaborative and international teams of artists. Emphasizing a commitment to experimental artmaking practices that combine numerous creative languages, the project creates chimeric works for screen and stage that blur the boundaries and borders surrounding the human body.
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LIVESTREAM: Claudia Lavista & Scotty Hardwig Artist Talk
Sun | July 18 | 7:30PM | Virtual